The Best-Smelling Candles to Add to Your Collection (I Know You Have One)

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When someone came up with the saying "Good things come in small packages," they were definitely referencing candles and you can't change my mind. Despite being a small cylinder of scented wax, candles can change the entire vibe of a room and bring immense joy to those who light them. It's my instant way to calm myself down when I'm working or just generally make my space feel cozier. They also make great gifts for anyone and are a small (but special) enough purchase to treat yourself without feeling guilty.

While there's plenty of candles on the market, I've gathered the best candle brands for you right here. So if you're looking for something new to add to your nightstand or coffee table, you've come to the right place. Whether you're into spa-like scents or a sniff straight into a garden, there's plenty of options in this rotation for you. Plus, how many candles are too many? To me, the limit doesn't really exist.

1. Boy Smells

You've definitely seen this brand before, and I'm here to tell you it's actually worth the hype. Boy Smells is known for its unique scents like cannabis, but if you're not into the scent of Kush, they also have plenty of floral and woodsy scents. Plus, that colourful square label will look good in any space.

Boy Smells Hinoki Fantome Candle (£36)

Boy Smells Gardener Scented Candle (£36)

2. P.F. Candle Co

P.F started off as a one-woman operated Etsy shop, and now is thriving with a team in Southern California. It's known for woodlike scents, its most popular being teakwood and tobacco, amber moss, and sandalwood.

P.F. Candle Co. Teakwood & Tobacco Scented Candle (£24)

P.F. Candle Co. Amber & Moss Travel Jar Scented Candle (£15)

3. Holistic

Holistic is a small batch candle brand based in London and was created after the founders started questioning the paraffins found in traditional candle brands. Their candles are all handmade using organic essential oils and soy wax and feature scents like chamomile, patchouli and sandalwood.

Holistic Neroli + Chamomile (£20)

Holistic Peppermint + Sandalwood (£20)

4. Diptyque

Founded in 1960, Diptyque is not new to the game of scents and is a tastemakers' favourite. Everything from the logo to the scents is iconic. They're on the pricier side, but if you consider yourself a scent connoisseur, you might want to splurge on these candles. If you need more convincing, Meghan Markle used Diptyque candlesto scent St. George’s Chapel on her wedding day,

Diptyque Roses Candle (£49)

Diptyque Baies Candle (£49)

5. Byredo

Another splurge-worthy candle that will not only look divine on your dresser but follow through with their mission of translating experiences and emotions into products.

Byredo Burning Rose Candle (£59)

Byredo Cotton Poplin Candle (£59)

6. Le Labo

You may recognise Le Labo for their very popular scent, Santal 33, but there's so much more offering in the luxury candle brand's deck. Their Santal 26 has 26 ingredients, consisting of amber, vanilla, cedar, and musk.

Le Labo Santal 26 Classic Candle (£52)

Le Labo Petit Grain 21 Classic Candle (£52)

7. Jo Malone

One of my best friends is devoted to Jo Malone perfumes and candles, and I fully understand why. With a strong history and scents like Pomegranate Noir and Lime Basil, the British brand has rooted itself as a leader. in the luxury beauty world.

Jo Malone London Pomegranate Noir Scented Home Candle (£49)

Jo Malone London Peony & Blush Suede Scented Home Candle (£49)

8. Overose

If you love French girl fashion, let me introduce you to this candle brand based out of Paris. Their signature products are their pink and holographic candles, so they're sure to add a touch of flair to your space all while bringing the aroma of croissants, botanicals, roses, and rain. (Yes, you read that right—croissants.)

Overose Anamorphine Holo Candle (£52)

Overose Valkiria Candle (£46)

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